High school students can jump-start their college career through Anderson University’s Online Summer Dual Enrollment Scholars Program
Your students have a unique opportunity to earn college credit early through Anderson University's Online Summer Dual Enrollment Program. Students can register for the following summer courses:
Christian Studies 105
Space is limited
Students are encouraged to submit their application soon. Registration Deadline is June 29th.
Special Summer Rate
AU offers a discounted tuition rate for online dual-enrollment courses. Courses are $125 per credit hour, which is $375-$500 for standard three-to four-credit courses.
All students interested in Dual Enrollment at Anderson University are required to...
- Submit a free application for dual enrollment
- Submit an official high school transcript
Steps to Apply
- Select 'Create an Account' to begin the application
- Select 'Specialty Programs - 2020 Summer'
- Select Dual Enrollment under the Academic Program drop-down option 'What Program Are You Wishing To Take?'
- Check both 'High School Concurrent' options
Your student's Dual Enrollment application will be reviewed upon submission. Once admitted to the program, students will sign into their Admission Portal using the same login credential used when creating their application account. After signing in, students will be required to complete their Enrollment Confirmation Form.
|Semester||First Class Start Date||Class End Date||Registration Deadline||Payment Deadline|
|Summer 7 Week B||June 29||August 14||June 29||June 25|
Frequently Asked Questions
Public high school juniors and seniors as well as home-schooled equivalents are eligible. Students from private schools may also apply but need to check with their guidance counselors to see if their schools offer dual enrollment. Students must meet all college enrollment requirements to be able to participate in the dual-credit courses.
Anderson (S.C.) School District Five: Anderson University has an agreement with Anderson School District Five for dual-credit offerings. Check the school district’s course catalog for additional details.
High school juniors and seniors with a 3.0 GPA and qualifying scores on SAT, ACT, or ACCUPLACER tests are eligible to apply. Some course descriptions may state that no waivers or overrides to prerequisites will be considered; however, with help from your guidance counselor and our admission staff, we’ll consider conditional admittance if test scores haven’t been reported yet.
Our Scholars Program courses have been especially designed with high school schedules in mind:
- On-campus courses are scheduled for early morning so students can fit them into their high school schedule.
- Most on-campus courses are hybrid courses that meet once per week, giving students the best of both worlds: online flexibility and the richness of an in-class, face-to-face experience.
- There are online courses available for students who can’t travel to campus.
- Chromebook- and iPad-friendly: many of our courses don’t require additional, expensive textbooks.
- Courses are taught by full-time university faculty, not teaching assistants or adjuncts.
Everything makes AU different. We are more than just a pathway; AU is a destination. With over 100 years of higher education history, we are ranked as one of the best regional universities in the South by both U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review. In addition to our top tier academic ranking, AU has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as the #19 Most Innovative Regional University in the South and #32 Best Value School among Regional Universities in the South. Your classes here will be more than just an adequate academic experience. AU is all about academic rigor, but we combine it with an emphasis on character formation in a spiritually relevant context. You’ll be better prepared for the academic and behavioral expectations of college, more engaged and motivated, and you’ll save on college tuition at the same time.
AU dual-credit courses are specifically designed to transfer into any four-year institution in the country, whether public or private. Anderson University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) to award baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degrees, and many of our programs have additional rigorous accreditation. Though it is always up to the discretion of the receiving university whether to accept credits for transfer, any university accepting transfer credits should also accept AU dual-enrollment credits.